It's one of the biggest election upsets in history. Although it's happened thousands of miles away, the election of Donald Trump as US president will have repercussions around the world, including in the West Country.
For one American family in Bristol, today was a sad confirmation that they won't be returning home in the next four years - they say they can't live in a United States under Trump.
But some business leaders here spy an opportunity - a chance to get something back from a Trump presidency.
In his first interview since the Presidential result, The Archbishop says there are "huge amounts of fear" as a result of Trump's election.Read the full story ›
John Mappin - who owns a hotel in Tintagel - made a series of bets on Trump to win the US election since he was nominated in June 2015.Read the full story ›
The sister of a woman from Dorset who is desperately ill with leukaemia has flown in from Nigeria for a life-saving stem cell transplantRead the full story ›
Devon is to host a temporary respite facility for 70 young refugees leaving the 'Jungle' camp in Calais.Read the full story ›
It may not look like much but this former car parts firm is being transformed into a centre supporting refugees fleeing war and persecutionRead the full story ›
A picture book by medical student Alice Huffman at Weston General Hospital is teaching children in Kolkata to wash their hands properlyRead the full story ›
The CEO of a Somerset charity has come up with his own version of the popular "Pen Pineapple Apple Pen" video to spread his messageRead the full story ›
Police in America have released the hilarious audio of a call from a woman about a crash in Barnstaple. She actually phoned Barnstable, USRead the full story ›
The government has confirmed the building of a new nuclear reactor at Hinkley Point power station will go ahead. It follows a 'new agreement' with French energy company EDF.